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Developer Proposes Six-Story, Mixed-Use in Del Rey

A six-story, mix-use building is proposed for Del Rey at 4040 Del Rey, 4051 Glencoe, and 13440-13454 Beach Avenues. The hearing will be 23 March, 10:30 am, Los Angeles City Hall, 200 North Spring Street, Room 1020, LA 90012.

The developer proposes a six-story (66 feet) 167,710 square foot building consisting of 10,000 sq ft of office/commercial space and 165 residential condominiums. Also there will be a three-story (45 feet) building for self-storage on the 2.29 acre site. Developer is Matt Dzurec, Armbruseter Goldsmith and Delvac LLP.

Heather Bleemers is the hearing officer. Comments and question can be directed to Bleemers at 213-978-0092.

The hearing officer will consider the following

A 35 percent Density Bonus with 11 percent of the total dwelling units reserved for Very Low Income Households, to permit the construction, use, and maintenance of a new mixed-use development with 165 residential units and 10,000 square feet of commercial space, utilizing Parking Option 1 and requesting the following two on-menu incentives:

A 35 percent increase in floor area, not to exceed 1.35:1 in lieu of the maximum 1:1 floor area ratio permitted by Section 6.D of the Glencoe-Maxella Specific Plan thereby allowing 167,710 square feet of floor area in lieu of the 124,310 square feet of floor area otherwise permitted, and

An 11-foot increase in height to allow a building that is 66 feet in height in lieu of the maximum height of 55 feet pursuant to Section 6.E of the Glencoe-Maxella Specific Plan.

A Plan Approval to allow a reduction in the project site from the previously approved 99,877 square-foot site in Case No. APCW-2006-8443- SPE-CU-SPR to a smaller project site consisting of 26,035 square feet; and

Site Plan Review for a project resulting in 50 or more dwelling units.

The Deputy Advisory Agency will consider:

1. A Tract Map for 165 residential condominium units and 10,000 square feet of commercial condominiums; and
2. Adoption of the Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) and Mitigation Monitoring Program for the above referenced project.

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